Agile Risk Assessment: A Closer Look

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Matthew Perconte, Protiviti Managing Director

A risk and control self-assessment (RCSA) can be a practical tool for providing timely and accurate risk identification and assessment. Many organizations struggle, however, with the level of organizational resources required to complete an RCSA and effectively apply the results in a timely manner. Leadership often finds it difficult to define roles and carve out the necessary time for this complex and comprehensive process; RCSA workshops are largely unproductive; processes, controls and technology are constantly changing; documentation is often outdated; etc. This article identifies several practical changes that can be implemented with minimal cost and disruption to make an RCSA program more effective.

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